Bruce P. Mehlman
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Since the paper industry uses the most energy, outside of the petroleum and chemical industries, the reduction has spared 2.5 million tons of solid wastes, saved 67 million BTUs of energy and 24.6 million gallons of polluted water.
In terms of carbon emissions, the reduction in circulation has lead to 7.9 million tons less of greenhouse gases.” (p. 34)